Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Launch Space graduate incubator recruiting now
Have you graduated from a UK University in the last five years and have a business idea you’d like to put into action? Launch Space provides free desk space and business support for graduate-led, innovative and high-tech businesses at various s (More)
Employability in Applied Sciences wrote: Think Different, Be Different! Develop an Enterprise Mindset
Mr Iheanyi Ibe, Enterprise Adviser at UWE Bristol and Coordinator of the Student Ventures Hub recently delivered a workshop on Enterprise as part of the Department of Applied Sciences Monthly Employability programme. Iheanyi gained a first degree (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Invest, Connect, Explore 2019
On Wednesday 08 May, the University Enterprise Zone hosted their annual networking event: Invest, Connect, Explore (ICE) 2019. ICE 2019 gave local businesses the chance to meet the ambitious businesses based in UWE Bristol’s University Enterp (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: BLCC Annual Review 2018-19
We are delighted to share with you the Bristol Leadership and Change Centre Annual Review 2018-19. This annual review has been compiled to give an insight into some of the key projects we have been involved in over the past 12 months, as well as& (More)
Guest post by Thomas Allan, Fellow, Centre for Welfare Reform What if Universities were seen as institutions with responsibilities to the societies they inhabit? What hope for a citizen-led, participatory curriculum to equip us with the knowledg (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: 'Becoming Enterprising': A collaborative workshop
On Monday 11 June, the Bristol Leadership and Change Centre (BLCC) hosted a collaborative workshop on how to get enterprise into the curriculum. Throughout the day, guests discussed three scenarios around the topic: Scenario 1: What do we mean (More)
By Dr Pam Seanor.   On Monday 11 June, BLCC hosted the "Becoming enterprising" collaborative workshop. The workshop was attended by differing practitioners: those taking a critical approach in our teaching and research, those new to (More)